Infectious Diseases

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Sherwood L. Gorbach, John G. Bartlett, Neil R. Blacklow
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2004 - Medical - 2515 pages

The Third Edition of this definitive reference provides comprehensive guidelines on the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of every infectious disease seen in current clinical practice. More than 300 world-class practitioners detail the full range of clinical infections, microbial agents, viruses, mycobacteria, fungi, and parasites and describe all contemporary diagnostic tests, antimicrobial therapies, and prophylactic measures. Coverage includes chapters on surgical infections written by preeminent surgeons and up-to-the-minute information on HIV infection. A comprehensive antimicrobial drugs section includes tables that provide complete, at-a-glance information on mechanisms of action, side effects, indications, and dosages.

New Third Edition chapters cover bioterrorism, hospital infections, emerging infections, Kawasaki syndrome, transmissible spongiform encephalopathies, diabetic foot ulcers, decubitus ulcers, staphylococcal and streptococcal toxic shock syndrome, food safety, linezolid and quinupristin/dalfopristin, molecular diagnostics, diagnostic significance of nonspecific laboratory abnormalities, and clinical approaches to patients with recurring infections. This edition provides complete coverage of newer viruses such as human herpesvirus 6 and 8, West Nile virus, hepatitis C, D, and E, hantaviruses, caliciviruses, and astroviruses, as well as recently discovered microorganisms such as Escherichia coli 0157, Helicobacter pylori, Chlamydia pneumoniae, Bartonella, and microsporidia.

 

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Contents

PART XI
1
John W Boslego MD
5
University of Colorado
18
Mathijs H Brentjens MS MD
34
Virus Classification 1891
58
Acute Bacterial Meningitis 1264 John W Sumner and Christopher D Paddock
61
Infections Due to Escherichia coli 633 Thomas Foitzik Ernst Klar and Andrew L Warshaw
69
Mycobacterium tuberculosis and Other
71
Infections Associated with Bone Marrow
313
John R La Montagne
314
Food and Drug Administration
320
Kenneth G Castro MD
328
SKIN AND SOFT TISSUE 1150
338
Assistant Surgeon General U S Public Health
342
Mumps Virus 2016
358
George Washington University
370

E Patchen Dellinger MD
76
Claire Broome MD
78
Samuel E Wilson MD
84
Cara Carthel Burns
86
Herpes Simplex Viruses 1905 251 Hepatitis A Virus 2063
87
David N Irani MD
89
Jerry A Winkelstein MD
91
David W K Acheson MD FRCP
94
The Johns Hopkins University
98
J Stephen Dumler MD
108
Bacterial Infections Associated with Pregnancy Delivery
112
Julie Parsonnet MD
113
Food and Drug Administration
115
University of Medicine and Dentistry of
117
Prevention of Human Immunodeficiency Virus
120
Chief
124
Thomas Butler MD
126
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection
128
Elliott Kieff MD
130
Center for Infectious Diseases
132
John W Sumner MD
134
Barbara E Murray MD
143
Finegold MD
144
Contributing Authors xv 13 Immunodiagnosis
145
Shah MD DrPH
148
Acute Viral Meningitis and Encephalitis 1286 Jennifer S Daly
149
PARTI Fred C Tenover
152
Tuberculosis 1379 Sarah H Cheeseman and Laura L Gibson
156
General Principles of Infection 1 15 Diagnostic Significance of Nonspecific Laboratory
158
Fingeroth MD
159
Molecular Epidemiology in Infectious Diseases 1 George S Deepe
166
Texas Tech University Health Sciences
170
HOST FACTORS 8 PART III
172
Department of Medicine
176
Clinical Approach to Fever 54 ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS
180
Jones MD
190
Musher MD
191
19 Cephalosporins
192
Other Neisseria 214 Lyme Disease 1814 Raymond J Dattunler and Gary P Wormser
194
Tsoline Kojaoghlanian MD
201
Attending Physician
202
Haemophilus 1725 Julius Schachter
203
Chicago Illinois
208
Division of Healthcare Quality
209
Baylor College of Medicine
210
Leprosy 1410
212
The Pathogens of Hospital Infections 90 22 Macrolides and Clindamycin
213
Department of Medical Microbiology
224
Center for Health and Population
230
Human Herpesviruses 6 and 7 1918 Raymond S Koff
231
Emerging Infections 107 23 Vancomycin and Teicoplanin
233
Department of Pediatrics
236
Bioterrorism 116 24 Oxazolidinones QuinupristinDalfopristin
241
IMMUNOCOMPROMISED HOSTS 1099
248
Diagnosis of Infectious Richard Gleckman and Claudia AltschullerFelberg
250
Virginia Commonwealth University
260
Clinical Microbiology 126 27 Chloramphenicol
263
Mycobactcrium leprae 2192 Sharon L Reed
266
Callahan MD MSPH DTM
268
Department of Obstetrics
273
Dematiaceous Fungi 2260 288 Cestodes Tapeworms 2382 Kaethe Willms
274
Centers for Disease Control
279
Miscellaneous Drugs
281
Infections Associated with Malignancy 1106
283
Howard S Gold MD
289
Mechanisms of Bacterial Resistance to Antimicrobial
295
Avery B Nathens MD PhD
298
Human Papillomaviruses 1966
303
Infections in Organ Transplant Recipients 1111
305
Director Division of Tuberculosis Elimination
371
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
380
Jay S Keystone MD MSc CTM FRCPC
382
Vanderbilt University Medical Center
383
Walter E Stamm MD
389
Aristides P Assimacopoulas MD
394
Sioux Falls South Dakota
402
Toronto Ontario
409
Ann Sullivan Baker MD Deceased
410
Staphylococcal and Streptococcal Skin or Soft Tissue
412
Hjelle MD
415
The Johns Hopkins University
419
Division of Pediatric AllergyImmunology
420
Harvard Medical School
423
Mumps 1210
427
Professor
434
Lillian A Orciari
437
Osteomyelitis 1225
441
Beckman Research Institute of City of Hope
455
Clay J Cockerell MD
456
Rabies 1428 Patrick M Schlievert and Aristides P Assimacopoulos
458
Rachel G Khadaroo MD
463
Meyer MD
464
Division of International Medicine
465
WHO Collaborating Center for Reference
469
John G Bartlett MD
470
Department of Medicine
476
Stanhope Bayne Jones Professor of Medicine
478
Edmonton Alberta
479
Antiviral Therapy 299 49 Bacterial Pneumonia
480
Charles H Hoke Jr MD
488
Antifungal Drugs 317 50 Bronchitis
490
Baum MD
495
Bites 1440
496
Clinical Professor of Medicine
500
Zenilman MD
502
Department of the Army
506
Antiparasitic Drugs 344 Maurice A Mufson
508
Assistant Professor
514
Michael J G Farthing DSc MD FRCP
518
Miscellaneous Fungi 2270
521
Legionnaires Disease Clinical
523
Prevention of Infectious 56 Chlamydia Pneumonia
530
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
532
Robert H Rubin MD FACP FCCP
533
Immunization of Children and Adults 371 John G Bartlett
543
Prophylaxis for Surgical Infections 385 John G Bartlett
552
Stony Brook New York
558
Advice to Travelers 401 61 Sepsis
561
Leptospirosis 1464 Robert Austrian
563
Infective Endocarditis
569
Bayless MD
580
Clinical Infections 412 Donald Kaye
581
Tufts University School of Medicine
585
HEAD AND NECK 412 Richard A Nitzberg
589
Director
596
Infections of Head and Neck Spaces and Salivary GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT
597
Infections of the Sinuses and Parameningeal AIain R Bouckenooghe and Herbert L DuPont
603
Stephanie R Black MD
604
Chairman
619
The University of Texas M D Anderson
632
Raymond J Dattwyler MD
633
H7 and Other Shiga ToxinProducing 92 Splenic Abscess 813 Bassam Helou and Thomas R Gadacz
642
Atlanta Georgia
647
Campylobacter Infections
648
David N Williams MB
651
Yersinia enterocolitica Infections
655
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